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Utopia
Bib ID 5150054
Format BookBook
Description Subiaco, W.A. : Mossenson Galleries, 2010 
23 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780980400915
Notes

Art catalogue.

Essays by Henry F. Skerritt about artists; Dinni Kunoth Kemarre, Josie Kunoth Petyarre, Patrick Kunoth Pwerle and Gladdy Kemarre

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Utopia -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Skerritt, Henry F  |  Mossenson Galleries

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